Why Doesn’t the Trinity Have Three Thrones in Heaven?

by Servetus the Evangelical aka Kermit Zarley The three great monotheistic religions of the world are Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. All three claim to worship the one and only God, the God of the Bible. While all three base their beliefs on the Bible, they do not agree as to who this God is. Most … Continue reading Why Doesn’t the Trinity Have Three Thrones in Heaven?

Email sent to Trinitarian Friends

The below Email is what I sent to my Trinitarian friends. It covers the basics of why the Trinity doctrine cannot be found in the bible and that it was created over around 400 years of haggling by the church leadership. I hope this email will help anyone see the reasons why trinity Christians are … Continue reading Email sent to Trinitarian Friends

Did the Holy Spirit Father All the Disciples?

John 3:3-8 NKJV Jesus answered and said to him, "Most assuredly, I say to you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God." (4) Nicodemus said to Him, "How can a man be born when he is old? Can he enter a second time into his mother's womb and be born?" … Continue reading Did the Holy Spirit Father All the Disciples?

Have we Misunderstood the Holy Spirit Baptism & Speaking in Tongues?

Most Charismatic Christians have believed that everyone who is baptised (filled) with the Holy Spirit will speak with tongues. However Dr T. J. McCrossan in his book Speaking with Tongues Sign or Gift- Which, makes the case that we have misunderstood what Luke and Paul meant about the baptism with the Holy Spirit. Using the … Continue reading Have we Misunderstood the Holy Spirit Baptism & Speaking in Tongues?

The Holy Spirit and Translation Bias A Smoking Gun of Trinity Mischief

by Sean Finnegan (www.christianmonotheism.com) Translators have historically held incredible power to influence millions of Bible-readers over the eons. Many impressive developments have occurred in the field of textual criticism and lexicology over the last century. Today we can access dozens of English translations, Greek interlinears, and lexical aids online for free. In no other age … Continue reading The Holy Spirit and Translation Bias A Smoking Gun of Trinity Mischief

Why Christians don’t want to speak in Tongues Objection #1

Introduction This subject will be split up in 4 different posts covering the 4 common objections to speaking in tongues. This is being adapted from Kenneth Hagins book Tongues Beyond the Upper Room. I will be going into this subject with a lot of depth over the coming months and hope to show beyond any … Continue reading Why Christians don’t want to speak in Tongues Objection #1

Reasons for Christians to Speak in Tongues

Many Christians that dont speak in tongues ask why do they need it. What is it all about? So below are a number of reasons to speak in tongues. The one important truth that is missed, is that tongues comes with the baptism/receiving of the Holy Spirit. Jesus stated that we get power when we … Continue reading Reasons for Christians to Speak in Tongues

Is God made up of 3 Persons?

Introduction There has been much debate and argument about the doctrine of the trinity. Is it biblical? Please read to the end if you are a Trinitarian. We do not present this post to antagonize or attack anyone, but rather because we believe an honest and rigorous examination of the biblical evidence will support that … Continue reading Is God made up of 3 Persons?

What is the Anointing

This teaching is meant address misunderstandings about God’s spirit and His presence and the anointing. One of the many examples given about the Spirit coming and going is that of Samson and the prophets of the Old Testament. The following Old Testament Scriptures state: Judges 13:25And the Spirit of the Lord began to move him … Continue reading What is the Anointing

Holy Spirit is NOT a Person but the Breath of God

One of the issues is that the Roman Catholic and Protestant Bibles use the English word “Spirit” for the Greek pneuma. The Greek word, like its Hebrew counterpart ruach, literally means “wind” or “breath,” implying an active but unseen force (John 3:8; Acts 17:25). However, there are three metaphorical uses besides the literal meaning. Angels … Continue reading Holy Spirit is NOT a Person but the Breath of God